Dr Jorge Mari

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My teaching and research are focused on environmental cultural studies, social ecology, ecological economics, biopolitics, ecocriticism, and ecocinema, with a particular interest in contemporary Spain and the United States. I also teach and conduct research on contemporary Spanish cultural studies and film. My books include Tracing the Borders of Spanish Horror Cinema and Television (2017); Ventanas sobre el Atlántico (2011), on the relations between Spain and the United States; and Lecturas espectaculares (2003), on the interactions of film and the contemporary Spanish novel; my articles have appeared in journals such as MLN, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, Letras Peninsulares, Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, Arbor, España Contemporánea, as well as in numerous critical anthologies.

Teaching and Research Interests

20th- and 21st-centuries Spanish Cultural Studies. Ecocriticism, Ecocinema, Environmental Humanities. Contemporary Spanish Cinema and Prose Fiction. Latin American, U.S. & World Cinemas.